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Submerged Plants

    …free-floating plant with a single hair-like root and three 1/16- to 1/8-inch long leaves or fronds. It tends to grow in dense colonies in quiet water that is undisturbed by waves. You can fit six to eight of these plants of the tip of your finger. Watermeal another invasive plant that can be…
    …often mistaken for submerged plants like Naiad but lacks flowers true leaves and roots. It is easily identified by its strong musky odor when crushed and the gritty texture due to calcium deposits on the plant. Algae Pros and Cons Surprisingly algae has many benefits: The tiny plants feed fish and…
  • Airmax® Treatment Booster™ Plus (formerly Pond Logic®)

    4.9

    (48 reviews)

    * Increase Chemical Effectiveness * Break Water Surface Tension For Submerged Weeds * Penetrate Weed Cuticle Airmax Treatment Booster Plus (formerly known as Pond Logic Treatment Booster Plus) is specially formulated to enhance your chemical pond treatments. Treatment Booster Plus spreads and…
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    $9.99 - 55.99
  • …be planted in containers filled with Planting Media. These can be planted round the edges of your pond using Plant Bags or inside the pond with the Floating Island Planter. Do not forget to fertilize your plants to give them the nutrients they need for beautiful blooms. * Submerged Plants: Can…
  • Navigate® Granular Aquatic Herbicide

    4.2

    (10 reviews)

    …* Great For Floating & Submerged * Control Weeds Surrounding Docks & Shorelines This simple to use Navigate granular aquatic herbicide is perfect for spot treating weeds around docks beach areas and shorelines. Navigate herbicide kills the roots of many plants such as Water Milfoil Coontail…
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    $249.99
  • …are many types of submerged floating and emergent plants that can be used for fish habitat but make sure you stick with plants that are native to your area. Using native plants will help make it harder for invasive species to take over. There are some disadvantages of using plants as fish structures…
    …shade and cover for fish and other aquatic organisms. * Submerged Plants: These are fantastic oxygenators. Submerged plants are also able to absorb excess nutrients so there is no need to fertilize them. * Bog Plants: Bog plants are planted around the perimeter of your pond or in shallow areas.…
    …temperature and is the basis for determining which plants will thrive in a particular location. Start by identifying which plants are and aren't in your zone. What to Do: * Hardy Plants: Hardy water lilies submerged plants and other plants geared for your hardiness zone are pretty easy to winterize.…
    …a submerged weed but is easy to rake out and has a musky odor with a crunchy texture when handled. * Submerged: Submerged plants require water to stand and have a strong root system that is difficult to pull from the water without breaking the soft stems. The majority of the plant will be submerged
    plants provide protection food and a comfy place to call home. Submerged plants are easy to add to your water garden or fish pond. Simply fill planting baskets like The Pond Guy Plant Bags with planting media add some oxygenators and place the planted basket on the bottom of your pond or on a plant
    …promotes overgrowth of submerged aquatic plants and algae. Pond dye actively blocks specific portions of the sunlight spectrum slowing growth and keeping your water clear and clean. Note that pond dyes do not inhibit growth of emergent plants (e.g. cattails) or floating plants (e.g. water lily). For…
    …of plant size of treatment area what the pond is used for and location. Assess the Situation Before getting started identify what lives in your pond. Is it an algae floating submerged or emergent weed? Do most of the weeds grow on the surface of the water or below? To help identify your plant visit…